Reportedly, Microsoft is developing a next-generation Xbox console, Composing a hardware of amazing capabilities that can undoubtedly surpass the previous Xbox One X console. This time the company is also focusing on game streaming services for future Xbox name, according to a report by Thurrott.com, it further suggests Microsoft might working on a second Xbox which will only confine to stream gaming service and launch in 2020.
The streaming cloud console is going to have a limited amount of local computing to manage tasks like image processing, controller input and specifically collision detection, as these tasks would ultimately reduce the latency in game streaming. Microsoft is planning to divide processing between a traditional console and a cloud console to lessen input lag and other image delaying processes. This will raise the price of the streaming box but still cost less than that we have used to pay for a new-generation console.
Moving on, the next-generation Xbox console is developing under codename Scarlett, Microsoft has a lot of plans for its future Xbox schemes and recently unveils its participation in game streaming service for Xbox that will work with any device. They also have the interest to build Netflix for video games service and Xbox Game Pass in future.
Some sources also suggest that the company is presently concentrating on data centers which are capable of operating the new game streaming service, known internally with a codename ‘XCloud’. Microsoft has been testing to merge four lots of consoles into a single server blade for the datacenters, as it eventually generates an idea into the developers’ mind to build games in the cloud instead of developing it in local debug machines and then streams the game to all users.
Moreover, in the recent quarter, Microsoft’s revenue has increased to 39 percent because of the exceeding services and software the revenue grows by 36 percent. Earlier, Sony beats Microsoft in console sale but now Spotting these plans from Microsoft it seems like the competition is going to be tough, or perhaps Microsoft excels for its game streaming services.